Lincoln City will face either Arsenal or Sutton United away from home in the FA Cup quarter finals.
Yesterday this Imps became the first non-league side to reach the final eight of the competition for more than a century
On the streets of Lincoln today, this young supporter told Calendar what the history-making cup run means to him:
ITV News looks at the difference between the two sides, who are 108 league places apart.Read the full story ›
Lincoln City and Millwall have learned their FA Cup quarter-final fate after their giantkilling antics.Read the full story ›
Championship promotion hopefuls Huddersfield continued their fine form by holding Man City to a goalless drawRead the full story ›
More than 6000 athletes are competing in Sheffield this weekend at the biggest annual multi-sport event in the country.
Princess Anne paid a visit to the British Universities and Colleges Sport championships, which bring together the best students in nine different sports. Olympic finalist Max Litchfield is among those taking part.
Non-league Lincoln City stunned Premier League Burnley with a late winner at Turf Moor to reach the FA Cup quarter-finalsRead the full story ›
Fans of Lincoln City football club have been up early as the head up to Burnley for this afternoon's FA Cup 5th round match.Read the full story ›
Lincoln City are gearing up to play Premier League side Burnley at Turf Moor in the fifth round of the FA Cup tomorrow at 12.30pm.Read the full story ›
A Huddersfield Town fan who attacked and repeatedly punched a group of Halifax Town supporters has been jailed for 20 weeks.Read the full story ›
Bradford have acquired the services of much-travelled hooker Scott Moore for a four-game trial.
Moore, 29, who was released by Wakefield earlier this year, is set to make his debut for the Bulls in Sunday's Kingstone Press League 1 match at Swinton.
A spokesman said: "Bradford Bulls can confirm we have captured the services of hooker Scott Moore on a four-game trial."
Moore, who represented England in 2009, has played nearly 200 matches in a career he began as a 16-year-old at St Helens and includes a stint in the NRL with the North Queensland Cowboys in 2013.